Francesco Tonelli (represented by JK&) teamed up with The New York Times to create imagery for a new subsection on their site: “The New Essentials of French Cooking”.
This new section provides an innovative look at the fundamentals of French cuisine using an immersive experience that combines recipes from Melissa Clark with videos, advice, and history. Francesco’s photography captivates the viewer and brings vibrancy to the recipes.
Bill Cahill recently worked on a series of motion & stills for Peet’s Coffee. The final campaign conveys the beauty of coffee, using simple lighting to broadcast the rich dark colors of the product.
Check out the behind-the-scene footage for the campaign:
Agency: Cutwater San Francisco Executive Creative Director: Chuck McBride Executive Producer: Daniel Tuggle
Bill adds, “I was hired for this Peet’s Coffee campaign after the producer noticed my recent images in AtEge. Making sure the agencies see new work throughout the year is important reinforcement, even when they know me by reputation. For this project, I enjoyed working with multiple formats and being able to switch from stills to motion and create multiple effects to achieve the ‘coffee first’ theme. The creatives were a joy to work with as well.“
About Bill Cahill Bill Cahill is a highly specialized tabletop photographer based in New York and Los Angeles known for creating compelling images of liquids in motion. Over the years, he has developed new techniques and strategies that have been favored by commercial clients and publishers alike, including Bon Appétit, Los Angeles Times Magazine, British Petroleum, Ogilvy&Mather, DirecTV, Home123 and Rapp Collins Worldwide.
Candy Kennedy traveled to Paris last month to add more images to her work-in-progress personal project, “The Home Space”.
“I find it the most interesting experience going into someones home and seeing how people live, how the family reacts to me being there & etc. I wanted to catch real life moments with the kids as well, and the best place to do this is in their own home. I worked with a total of 5 families scattered around Paris and was able to spend 1-2 hours with each. I shot purely with available light for this project as I wanted to work with the ambient light setting and have more freedom to move around and capture spontaneous moments instead of setting something up and having moments feel more staged.”
Click here to view more images from the project and be sure to check back for new images from The Home Space project.
Take a look at these images from Candy Kennedy‘s latest shoot at Point Look Clam Bar in New York.
The shoot features Cece from Wilhelmina and Kyle P from Major Models with styling done by Caitlin Dooley, and hair and makeup by Amanda Markoya from Gerard Management.
Candy describes the experience:
“Last year Spring, we were shooting a little story out at point Lookout Beach and we stopped at this little restaurant to get some food. I then fell in love with the location and one year later, I finally arranged to shoot at this location.
We were super lucky to get beautiful weather during the shoot because we started early and wrapped up around 12:30. By the time we got in the car to head back to Manhattan, rain & thunder exploded out of the clouds. Thank you, weather, for holding back for us!”
Check out the pictures from the first shoot of Candy Kennedy‘s new project, “The Home Space”.
“The project focuses on capturing simple, natural and fun moments with people within their own homes and neighborhoods doing what they do, and savoring every moment of their day. Every home, individual and personal style is unique and I find it fascinating to explore and experience a day in their lives . Today I covered the first series with the beautiful Alex Knight, the owner of BlueStone Lane cafe.”
Maxine Helfman recently photographed James Franco for the Art & Design issue cover of New York Magazine. The concept for the cover shoot was inspired by “van Gogh as tortured artist” due to Franco’s own struggle to gain acceptance in the art world.
“I have been living in west Harlem, New York for 4.5 years and have never really explored north, past 150th street. But after a tech scout near George Washington Bridge, I fell in love with the neighborhood. So it was really fun working in a new location. We were also lucky to have had such a warm day for our shoot as the days before and after were in the 40’s. Props were created by the amazing Erin Gray and models are from Wilhelmina kids division.”
Here’s a striking new image from Bill Cahill‘s latest project for Gillette and the Gillette Clinical brand, highlighting the pressure defense capabilities of the deodorant. Bill worked with the team at The Integer Group and Art Director Ryan Baluyot for this campaign. Retouching was done by Impact Digital in New York.
Marc Tule‘s latest personal project picks up where his wildly-popular Encapsulations series left off. However, this time it’s not random objects that are encapsulated under sheets of latex but the beloved Star Wars saga characters.
The way Marc presents his subjects gives the viewer a unique perspective, allowing the observer some breathing room to absorb every rubber covered detail. Coupled with Marc’s amazing lighting skills, this series is one not to miss.